The larger the state machine, the greater the need to quickly search for elements, for example, to find a certain state or to find all occurrences of a certain variable or event. YAKINDU Statechart Tools provides this functionality and this blog post shows how to make the most use out of it.
YAKINDU Model Viewer 1.4.1 is just out - here’s your quick overview of what we have improved!
Consistent traceability is indispensable in many industries – for example in the automotive industry with regard to standards such as Automotive SPICE. But can an agile way of working be reconciled with that?
Eine lückenlose Traceability ist in vielen Branchen unverzichtbar – zum Beispiel in der Automobilindustrie in Hinblick auf Standards wie Automotive SPICE. Doch lässt sich eine agile Arbeitsweise damit vereinbaren?
Although SCXML is widely used, there's a lack of good tool support. If you want SCXML compliant verification, simulation and means to write unit tests, then you should read this blog post on how to take SCXML modeling to the next level with YAKINDU Statechart Tools.
In order to support re-use and adjustment of YAKINDU Traceability configurations, we developed a new feature called parameterized configuration – our feature of the month for July 2018.
We're happy to announce the latest release for YAKINDU Model Viewer. Beyond new features and bug fixes, version 1.4.0 now also makes YAKINDU Model Viewer available for Linux and Mac.
More than bugfixes! We're happy to announce the August releases of YAKINDU Statechart Tools containing several new features!
This article illustrates the basic mechanisms of how to integrate custom Java code with YAKINDU Statechart Tools.
One of the main user groups of the YAKINDU Model Viewer are calibration engineers. To learn more about how they use the tool – and how we can make it even easier for them to use – the YAKINDU Model Viewer development team held an interaction workshop.
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